Navigation Links
NineSigma Declares "Innovate or Die" Is the Mantra for Business Success
Date:7/20/2011

diness assessment that helps organizations determine what resources and capabilities they need to begin adopting Open Innovation and collaboration strategies. The online tool evaluates and "scores" a company's ability to collaborate internally and externally on innovation and provides actionable recommendations on how to advance the organization's innovation program.

In a survey to take the pulse of companies' general readiness sponsored by NineSigma, a large percentage (71 percent) not surprisingly rank as 'Early Stage' in their global outreach efforts. What is surprising, though, is that companies say they are doing better in integrating ideas and solutions from the global innovation community than from their existing network of partners, and even within their own company. Clearly companies are heading towards increased collaboration in their innovation programs, but there is still work to be done to create a foundation that supports collaboration on a sustainable basis.

For more information or to evaluate your organization's readiness, please visit http://www.ninesigma.com/oiscorecard.aspx. We also invite you to join our community on LinkedIn at http://linkd.in/NineSigma to learn more about how to use Open Innovation in your organization.

About NineSigma

NineSigma engages organizations with external innovation resources and enables them to share knowledge to accelerate the innovation cycle, whether they are in the private, public, or social sectors. Their proprietary and collaborative process has produced billions of dollars in tangible value. Companies such as Kraft, Philips, L'Oreal, Unilever, Denso and Suntory utilize NineSigma's Open Innovation services to solve immediate challenges, fill product pipelines, integrate new knowledge into their organizations, close development gaps, and improve financial performance. NineSigma h
'/>"/>

SOURCE NineSigma
Copyright©2010 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3 4

Related biology news :

1. Afghanistan declares its first national park
2. M.D.C. Holdings Declares Quarterly Cash Dividend
3. SAFRAN to Acquire Motorolas Biometrics Business
4. Entrepreneurs wanted for NJIT workshops about how to launch a business
5. David Rose to present Howe School lecture on new technologies and business models, Jan. 29
6. A sticky business -- how cancer cells become more gloopy as they die
7. Recession Puts Focus on Business Optimisation and Excellence to Strengthen Business Core
8. In troubled economic times, BioSquare 2009 successfully serves as business and innovation starter
9. Business, scientific, higher education groups laud President Obamas commitment to science
10. Platforms in space to help businesses
11. No comfort in comfort foods during tough economic times, says Moore School of Business study
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:7/2/2015)... , July 2, 2015 Fingerprint ... FPC1025, FPC1035, FPC1145 and FPC1155 from the distributor World Peace ... of FPC,s distributors in Asia . Deliveries ... The sensors will be used by smartphone manufacturers in ... is included in the communicated revenue guidance of approximately 2,200 ...
(Date:6/29/2015)... , June 24, 2015 ... addition of the "Latin America Biomedical Sensors Market ... their offering. The Latin America Biomedical Sensors ... a CAGR of 2.04% over the period 2014-2020 ... are adaptable to the genetic formulation of each individual. ...
(Date:6/25/2015)... , June 25, 2015  Imagine a tool specifically ... a healthier, happier life. That,s exactly what USANA,s ... do. The cutting-edge, portable health program provides a personalized ... to help improve your lifestyle and nutrition. ... and gala Wednesday night, USANA,s THA was honored with ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):FPC Receives Order for Touch Fingerprint Sensors of 268 MSEK 2Latin America Biomedical Sensors Market Report 2015-2020 2@USANAinc's Personalized Nutrition Program Wins Industry Innovation Award 2
... researchers have identified a new gene that can influence ... in the March 29 Proceedings of the National ... and point to novel therapeutic targets for epilepsy. , ... potassium channel, a protein that participates in the electrical ...
... MANHATTAN, KSDo those who know more also know ... confidence level correlate to academic performance? These questions ... decisionmaking and education to study confidence. New research ... at the psychological constructs of "confidence" and "self-efficacy" ...
... Our society gets older, people live longer. The ... immune system. Like all organs, the immune system does ... of university and non-university research institutes and two companies ... when we become old. The project "GERONTOSHIELD", funded by ...
Cached Biology News:Potassium channel gene modifies risk for epilepsy 2Potassium channel gene modifies risk for epilepsy 3Student confidence correlated with academic performance 2Student confidence correlated with academic performance 3A better understanding of the aging immune system 2
(Date:7/2/2015)... ... , ... Cuvettes have been used in countless labs for decades. In the past, people ... As expected, this was a daunting and tiring process looking at endless data tables ... able to navigate the complex catalog structure. , Now thanks to FireflySci, scientists are throwing ...
(Date:7/2/2015)... ... July 02, 2015 , ... In’Tech ... surgical instruments in Orthopedics, announced today the acquisition of Turner Medical, Inc ... provider of surgical instruments to the Spine Industry. The acquisition of Turner Medical ...
(Date:7/1/2015)... and BANGALORE, India , July ... profiling company that uses next generation sequencing technology to ... Scott A. Storrer as chief executive officer. In ... will be responsible for all strategy, business expansion and ... who has served as Strand,s chairman and CEO since ...
(Date:7/1/2015)... PHILADELPHIA , July 1, 2015 ... technology will ... s evidence-based clinical s olutions suite ... scientific, technical and medical information products and services, announced today ... -based clinical decision support (CDS) technology company. InferMed,s ...
Breaking Biology Technology:New Cuvette E-Commerce Website Launched by FireflySci 2In'Tech Medical Acquires Turner Medical to Become a World Leader in Orthopedic Contract-Manufacturing 2In'Tech Medical Acquires Turner Medical to Become a World Leader in Orthopedic Contract-Manufacturing 3Strand Life Sciences Names Scott A. Storrer CEO as Company Continues Global Expansion with Focus on Precision Medicine Product 2Strand Life Sciences Names Scott A. Storrer CEO as Company Continues Global Expansion with Focus on Precision Medicine Product 3Elsevier Acquires InferMed, Provider of Clinical Decision Support Technology 2Elsevier Acquires InferMed, Provider of Clinical Decision Support Technology 3Elsevier Acquires InferMed, Provider of Clinical Decision Support Technology 4
... BEER-SHEVA, ISRAEL, February, 18 2011 Ben-Gurion University of ... that stabilizes an otherwise unstable form of calcium carbonate. ... retention rates than other sources presently used as dietary ... one of the most important minerals in the human ...
... 18, 2011 Palatin Technologies, Inc. (NYSE Amex: ... February 24, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time to discuss ... for its programs under development.   Schedule ... Q2 Fiscal Year 2011 Conference Call-Live Domestic Dial-In ...
... the University of Pittsburgh have been awarded funding for two ... spinal cord injuries to test if it is possible for ... or a prosthetic limb, with their thoughts. The projects ... the interfaces temporarily placed on their brains and were able ...
Cached Biology Technology:New Pitt projects will test brain computer interfaces for people with spinal cord injury 2
... platform, 220 V, is used for agitation and ... cultures, staining and destaining of gels and blots, ... control (8-40 rpm) and can handle a maximum ... features two 29 x 21 cm platforms covered ...
...
...
... The newest member of Wyatt Technology's family ... inside of your high temperature chromatograph and ... data from thermoplastic polymers. The HTmD is ... Waters 150C, PL220C or Alliance 2000 device ...
Biology Products: